Associate Lecturer in: Information Technology & Digital Skills (North Kensington)

Morley College
London [Greater London]
£31,316 - £33,926 Per Year
14 Jul 2021 09:17
13 Aug 2021 23:59
Further Education
Job Level
Teaching / Lecturing
IT / Computing
Contract Type
Fixed Term
Full Time
Organisational Type
General Further Education College

Associate Lecturer in: Information Technology & Digital Skills (North Kensington)

Morley College London with support from the Taking Teaching Further Programme is looking to recruit new talent for its academic team at the North Kensington Centre.

This role may be suitable for a recent graduate or industry professional through the support of the Taking Teaching Further recruitment initiative that will provide teacher training, mentoring and support for candidates new to teaching.

The North Kensington Centre at an exciting stage in its redevelopment is seeking to appoint an Associate Lecturer in Business /Future Technologies for Business, and an Associate Lecturer in ICT and Digital Technologies. The team at the centre is growing its provision in both Business and ICT with a focus in both on the development of digital and new technologies.

The planned renovations in North Kensington will have dedicated digital technology suites and Business Enterprise Centre. The learner is placed at the heart of a unique educational experience to build their industry skills and soft skills towards prosperity in their future career and/or future studies. The North Kensington Centre is a place of innovative and progressive learning that brings about positive change for all.

At Morley College London we welcome new and innovative voices, thrilled by the experience of being a part of the transformative power of learning.  You will join an academic community of industry specialists and will have a voice in shaping the centre’s future as we continue to grow a contemporary curriculum for a diverse range of young people and adult learners at North Kensington & Chelsea Centre.

Morley College London aims to have a workforce that is as reflective of the diverse population that it serves. The College particularly encourages applications from women, ethnic minorities and disabled people who are currently under-represented within our academic team.

Closing date for applications:   10.00am Monday 26 July 2021 


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